Women and literature -- Great Britain
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
English; published in U.S. & U.K. in the 19th Century; includes 19th Century woman authors, mainly novelists; supports women's literature studies, a program established by Germaine Greer.
To view the catalog, click on the "External Documents" link below, which will take you to the McFarlin book catalog for a list of all the included volumes.
Please note that this is a group of BOOKS and not manuscript materials.
The Constance Holme papers consist of a series of 151 letters to the English book collector R.N. Green-Armytage, in which Holme comments on her writings and on the works of others, World War II, and her daily life. Included with the correspondence are typescripts of a short story and several poems, Christmas cards, and press cuttings.
The Eliot Bliss diaries, housed in five legal-sized document boxes, consist of 19 volumes of daily diaries dating from January 1959 to December 1960, and January 1963 to August 1980. Additional notes, correspondence, poems, photographs, and sales receipts are laid into many of the diaries, all of which have been noted in the inventory. Please refer to "Notes on my Diaries", written by Bliss.
Olivia Manning papers consist of correspondence (handwritten and typed letters and cards from Olivia Manning to Kay Dick (aka Edward Lane) and Kathleen Farrell and one black and white photograph featuring Olivia Manning and Kay Dick at a Heinemann’s garden party, circa 1940s and writinigs (drafts, galley proofs, excised material, and book jacket blurbs).